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Twenty-one-year Park City resident Tim Henney is one of six candidates vying for one of two seats on the Park City Council. He says he has the time and energy to serve and thinks he can kick-start a conversation to lead the town's evolution. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Alex Butwinski says he should be elected to a second four year term on Park City Council because he has the experience, the involvement with the community, and the ability to help the Council finish the tasks they're working on. Rick Brough has more.

Early voting is underway for the Park City Council race, and the primary election will move four of the six candidates forward to the November elections. One of those vying for one of two council seats is longtime Park City resident and Bonanza Park property owner, Mary Wintzer. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Four of the six candidates running for Park City Council answered questions about how they feel about the issues on the Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher.  Here are the interviews in their entirety.

Early voting ends Friday, August 9 at 5PM and held at theMarsac East Conference Room of City Hall, 445 Marsac Avenue in Park City.

(The abridged news stories for each of the candidates can be found in the News tab under 2013 Elections.)

Mountain Money - August 5, 2013

Aug 5, 2013

Today hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells speak to August Turak, author of "The Business Secrets of Trappist Monks: One CEO"S Quest for Meaning and Authenticity". Next, in the studio is Naomi Doyle of Cade and Co., children's shoes and clothing. Finally, Amy McGarr and Anna Francis, owners of Fun Craft Mom.

Park City and Summit County have always been inextricably linked, but in recent efforts of both entities, collaboration is taking on a purposefully designed mechanism called the Greater Park City Compact. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

At its Thursday meeting, the Park City council entered a long discussion about the relative responsibility of homeowners and landscapers in keeping in compliance with the Park City soil ordinance which requires a six inch cap over contaminated soils. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Road construction during the summer is everywhere you look or travel to - Park City included. But at least one project that has impacted Park City residents is nearly completion. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Tour of Utah

Putting on an internationally sanctioned cycling race like the Tour of Utah, which begins in Brianhead next week, is a huge undertaking that involves thousands of staff, volunteers, plus a caravan of motorcycles and cars that signal the peleton's arrival. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Early Voting Starts

Jul 31, 2013

Early voting starts for the August 13th municipal election is underway in Park City, KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Originally aired July 29, 2013.  

Among the items at last week's City Council meeting, the Council passed a resolution endorsing Re-Useable cloth bags for shoppers, rather than plastic bags. Rick Brough has more.

Originally aired July 26, 2013.

A 20-year-old suspect has been jailed in Salt Lake after a criminal escapade that allegedly involved kidnapping two women, driving up to the Park City area, and then being pursued back to Salt Lake, where he was captured. Rick Brough has more.

Park City manager Diane Foster stopped by the KCPW studios to introduce the new assistant city manager to the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Originally aired July 26, 2013.  

The Park City Council Thursday did not decide on an option, to provide continued service during next year's expansion of the City Library.

Council members basically settled on the option they don't want - to keep the library on site, and work around construction. But they said they need more financial information before deciding among three other options. Rick Brough has more.

Originally aired on July 25, 2013.  

With the Park City library expansion scheduled to start next February, the City Council this week will decide what kind of library service to provide to residents during construction. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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